>> What's so funny? Do you see us running VMS, RSX-11, or
> TOPS-20 any more? What about OS/360? Even IBM has been running Unix
> on its mainframes for the past five to ten years.
>IBM run MVS, VM, OS/390 whatever on their mainframes. When UNIX is run
on the mainframes it is run in a virtual machine.
IBM run UNIX (AIX) on RS6000's but they aren't mainframes.
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